Sports

Dorsey makes Tarleton history

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Positives abounded inside the Tarleton women’s basketball locker room after the program made its much-anticipated NCAA Division I debut at North Texas on Nov. 24.

Policing institute Ok’d for Tarleton

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The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents has approved creation of Tarleton State University’s Institute for Predictive and Analytical Policing Sciences, a part of the School of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Strategic Studies.

Tarleton fall graduation set Dec. 11-Dec. 12

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Tarleton State University will celebrate fall 2020 graduates with in-person commencement ceremonies Dec. 11-12 at Memorial Stadium on the Stephenville campus, provided current public health guidelines remain unchanged.

14th in State!

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Dublin High School runner Jilt DeBoer claimed the 14th spot out of124 runners in state cross country competition Monday. | submitted photo.

Double N Cowboy Church hosts family fun day

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Double N Cowboy Church on Highway 6 between Dublin and Hico hosted several riders for a family funday Saturday. The Church’s arena offers the event regularly with the next slated for Dec. 5. Books open at 10 a.m.

Tarleton men’s basketball season opens Nov. 25

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Tarleton men’s basketball’s first Division I basketball schedule is finalized, as head coach Billy Gillispie announced the Texans’ 2020-21 schedule last week The Texans will play 27 games with 14 of the contests at home in Wisdom Gym. 16 of the 27 games are Western Athletic Conference (WAC) games, half of which are at home.

Tarleton announces game to complete schedule

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The countdown is on for Tarleton volleyball’s inaugural Division I season, as head coach Mary Schindler announced the 2021 schedule on Friday. The Texans are set to play 19 games this season, 16 of which are Western Athletic Conference (WAC) games.

Dublin FFA advancing to Area

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Dublin FFA had a successful day Friday at the Pecan Valley District LDEs, advancing four teams to the Area competition with 11 total students!. Advancing for Dublin are: •Sr.

The Lingleville Cardinals

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Sara Gann | Citizen staff photo The Lingleville Cardinals hosted Eula Friday night and captured a 54-48 victory. Lingleville Coach Steven Bailey reported that Eula started strong and led Lingleville 37- 31 going into the fourth when the Cards “had a surge of 23 points to take the first lead of the game,” which they kept until the end.